On January 18, 2024, an advocacy network called “Bangladesh University Teachers for Effective Tobacco Control (BUTETC)” was officially launched by Unnayan Shamannay. Unnayan Shamannay has been conducting policy advocacy activities for more than a decade, focusing on the formulation and...
উন্নয়ন সমন্বয়ের পাবলিক লেকচারে ড. আতিউর রহমান আজ ০৪ জানুয়ারি ২০২৪ উন্নয়ন সমন্বয় সামষ্টিক অর্থনৈতিক সম্ভাবনা এবং চ্যালেঞ্জগুলির বিষয়ে ধারাবাহিক আলোচনার অংশ হিসেবে “বছর শুরুর ভাবনা: বাংলাদেশের অর্থনীতি কোন পথে?” শীর্ষক একটি পাবলিক লেকচার আয়োজন করেছে। উক্ত লেকচারের বক্তব্য রেখেছেন ঢাকা...
- Hosted by Rural Development Academy (RDA) and National Char Alliance (NCA) in collaboration with Unnayan Shamannay The Rural Development Academy (RDA) and National Char Alliance (NCA), in collaboration with Unnayan Shamannay, organized a seminal roundtable discussion on September 12th, 2023, at...
Message from Chairperson
Unnayan Shamannay has been in operation for more than 25 years. Its major strength is participatory research and advocacy. It works for climate-friendly inclusive sustainable development deriving its strength from the fighting spirit embedded in our society, culture, and history. We think Bangladesh is destined to become a developed country within a couple of decades.
What We Do
Social Science Research
Effectively and efficiently applying both qualitative and quantitative research techniques in evaluating development projects, market research, stakeholder analysis, political economy analysis, impact assessment.
Along with organizing advocacy events such as seminars, exchange with the mass media professionals, participatory workshops, one-to-one interviews, focus group discussions etc.
Focuses on effectively communicating the research outcomes through carefully designed evidence-based advocacy campaigns at sub-national and national level.
Dive into the economic dynamics of Bangladesh through our January issue, offering a brief overview of key indicators shaping the nation's economic landscape. Inflation dipped to 9.41% with reduced food prices, but non-food expenses surged, sparking concerns over wage growth. FDI plummeted by 39% due to political uncertainty, impacting business confidence. Remittances hit record highs, though not perfectly aligned with manpower exports. Bangladesh met most IMF loan conditions but fell short on minimum reserves. Internationally, US sees booming jobs but high core inflation; Eurozone faces economic stumbling blocks, particularly Germany. Shipping costs quadrupled from China to Europe, affecting supply chains, while global gas demand rises, stirring concerns over supply tightness.Stay updated of these trends and more to gain insights into the forces shaping Bangladesh's economic trajectory in our December publication.
Latest Policy Brief
Reviewing Health Sector Allocation: Budget 2022-23
Strengthening Cigarette and Tobacco Uses Control Law (in Bangla)
Importance of Tobacco Taxation to Save Youth (In Bangla)
A centre of excellence for research and developm1%ent
The purpose of Shamunnay is to be a catalyst for the innovative and indigenous approach of development, well being of the people or groups such as women, children, poor and marginalised groups, vulnerable, physically and mentally challenged through human approach.